Posted 22 June 2007 - 08:09 AM
Good looking review - though your installation method is wrong
#1 thing to do before installing anything, or doing any work on a laptop is to remove the battery.
You also may have voided the laptop warrenty by installing the new memory modules, i know Toshiba is very strict on this not 100% sure on Acer, but i do know that you may have trouble getting warrenty work with that new memory installed in there.
Just wanted to point out that one flaw, other then that it looks like a decent review - what chips are on those modules? what are the chip specifications?
-Onboard temperature monitoring is pointless, you are better off giving your dog 100 buscuits to eat, letting it eat for 3 minutes then counting the remaining biscuits and using this number as your load temp. Give the dog another minute of eating to get idle temp..
For greedy fat dogs/prescott use 200 biscuits, for small dogs/via chips use only 50.
Intel Core2Quad Q6600 ES .:. DFI 680i .:. 4x2Gb Mushkin XP8500 .:. 2x8800GTX .:. 1200Watt NZXT
Intel E6600 @ 3.6GHz .:. DFI 680I .:. 2x2GB Corsair PC6400 .:. 2x8800GTS 640MB .:. 2x750GB Seagate .:. 650 Watt Mushkin
AMD 3700+ @ 2.9Ghz .:. DFI SLI-DR (623-2) .:. 2x1Gb Mushkin Redline .:. 7900GT .:. Audigy 4 .:. 2x250Gb, 2x320Gb HDD's
Intel 3.0c @ 4Ghz .:. Asus P4c-800D .:. 2x512 Ram .:. Audigy .:. 2x120Gb HDDs .:. Hauppauge 150MCE .:. Silverstone LC16M
To many more to list.